Amazing Space Homework Help
Amazing Space uses the Hubble Space Telescope’s discoveries to inspire and educate
about the wonders of our universe.
From the Howard Hughes Medical Institute–has animations, articles, informal talks, virtual labs and more on a variety of topics.
Cloud Forest Alive
About the cloud forests of Central America.
Connecticut State Science Fair
The Virtual Science Fair created for and by students in grades 3 through 6–
Dive and Discover
Expeditions to the Seafloor from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.
Elmer’s Glue Science Fair page
While this is a commerical site, there are ideas for getting started and for figuring out what
supplies are needed.
Experimental Science Projects: An Introductory Level Guide
Exploratorium Science “Snacks”
From the famed and funfilled San Francisco museum of science!
First Gov for Science
Make Your Own Hand-Held Hubble Telescope
Internet Public Library Science Fair Project Resource Guide
Invention Dimension is a fun-filled and at times wacky approach to making learning about invention exciting for the kid in all of us.
Lane Science Fair Zone
The Science Fair Zone is here to make your science fair project as good as it can be.
Making Model Volcanoes
13 (count ’em) ways to make a model volcano: from the playdough one to the electric one (complete with warning that it is best for high school or up!). (A couple of the links didn’t work, but there are enough to keep budding volcanologists busy….)
Microworlds: Exploring The Structure of Materials
Exploring the Structure of Materials–Science Education for Grades 9-12.
Nasa Space Place for Kids
Available in Spanish as well–this site takes kids behind the scenes of the space agengy
offering games, puzzles and activities as well.
From Canada–this site has all sorts of great things about the ocean, including a section on record breakingly large, small, fast, etc. ocean creatures and phenomenon.
Science Fair Central from the Discovery Channel
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Virtual Visitor Center
For older students thinking about advanced careers in science, this is a pretty cool way to tour the facilities–with a great glossary of tools.
Successful Science Fair Projects: Neuroscience for Kids
Click on the link to experiments and activities about the brain…and a link to brain songs!
What’s That Stuff?
Want to know more about the science behind self-tanners and Cheez-Whiz? Look no further! Pretty fun!
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
World Book Web
Take World Book wherever you go in this new online version.
Your Science Fair Project Resource Guide
Yuckiest Site on the Internet
Yep. It’s yucky. Yep. It’s great!